Wiimote Project

General Wiimote and Technology => Project Ideas => Topic started by: trevortheweather on July 28, 2008, 06:13:07 PM

Title: Wiimote to control PS3/PC Games?
Post by: trevortheweather on July 28, 2008, 06:13:07 PM
Hi everyone,

What I was wondering was if we could perhaps start a project to look into the potential of using the Wii remote to control characters in PS3 or PC games? 

For example it would be great if you we substitute PS3 game pad or mouse key pushes with head mounted LED or Nunchuk movements so that in PS3 games such as Grand Theft Auto the camera angles and other movements normally carried out on gamepad could instead require the player  to look right or left, duck down or jump up, punch with Nunchuk, aim/steer with Wiimote. It would take the PS3/PC games to a new dimension and perhaps make all of us gamers more fit LOL  ;D

Regards

Trevor
Title: Re: Wiimote to control PS3/PC Games?
Post by: Janise on June 22, 2011, 11:16:17 PM
Hi everyone,

What I was wondering was if we could perhaps start a project to look into the potential of using the Wii remote to control characters in wii Remote Controller (http://www.r4king.com/wireless-remote-controller-white-for-nintendo-wii.html) or PC games? 

For example it would be great if you we substitute Cheap wireless controller (http://www.r4king.com/wii-wired-nunchuk-nunchuck-controller-white.html)  or mouse key pushes with head mounted LED or Nunchuk movements so that in nintendo r4 (http://www.r4king.com/) such as Grand Theft Auto the camera angles and other movements normally carried out on gamepad could instead require the player  to look right or left, duck down or jump up, punch with Nunchuk, aim/steer with Wiimote. It would take the PS3/PC games to a new dimension and perhaps make all of us gamers more fit LOL  ;D

Regards

Trevor














 in PS3 games such as Grand Theft Auto the camera angles and other movements normally carried out on gamepad could instead require the player  to look right or left, duck down or jump up, punch with Nunchuk, aim/steer with Wiimote.